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The New York Jets' defensive players were ''Men in Black'' on the final day of minicamp.
Rex Ryan says he stole an idea from new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano by having the defense wear black jerseys Thursday. It will be a reward, determined by Ryan, for who did the best - offense or defense - in a specific emphasis during training camp.
Ryan says he let the defense wear them first because ''I'm a defensive guy.''
The players didn't know why the jerseys were hanging in their lockers, but linebacker David Harris says ''it looked good on the defense.'' Cornerback Antonio Cromartie says the players joked about having black jerseys ''with green with a little bit of white, maybe gray in it. I think that would look real good.''
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Rich Cimini of ESPN...
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Kenrick Ellis gathered a few things from his locker, joked around with a New York Jets teammate and smiled.
The second-year defensive tackle was relaxed and happy throughout the team's three-day minicamp, giving no indication that he would be headed to a much different place than everyone else planning their vacations after the final practice Thursday.
Ellis is expected to...
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow will take a break from learning the team's playbook Sunday to address fellow Christians during a Father's Day event at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium.
The deeply religious signal caller will make his first return to the Chargers' home field since November, when he helped lead the Broncos to a 16-13 overtime victory.
All Darrelle Revis wants to talk about is his contract.
Darrelle Revis spoke with the media after the first day of Mini camp this week and he’s singing the same ole’ tune. He wants a new deal and that starts with a sit down with owner Woody Johnson, GM Mike Tannenbaum and Rex Ryan.
Rip the Band-Aid (Contract) Off?
“I have grown, I’ve been in a lot of situations, you guys...
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